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Langley, J.
Service User! What service user? Effective 'People Involvement' - The Way Forward? © 2005

Leat, M (2000). Seeing the Light: a rough guide to making information easier to understand. Surrey Users Network, Surrey.

Leat, M. (2000).
A rough guide to community care: First Draft. Surrey Users Network, Surrey.

Levin, E. (2004).
Resource Guide No. 2: Involving service users and carers in social work education. Social Care Institute for Excellence.
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Liberati, A. (1997). Consumer participation in research and health care. British Medical Journal, 315(7107), 499.
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Light, R. (2000). Civil Rights Law and Disabled People. Disability Awareness in Action.
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Lockey, R et al (2004) Training for service user involvement in health and social care research: a study of training provision and participants' experiences (The TRUE Project) INVOLVE
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Lomax, T. & Ellis, A. (2002).
Buying Time: An evaluation of joint health/social care rehabilitation for older people leaving hospital. Centre for Evidence-Based Social Services, Exeter.
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